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Where in New South Wales can you go for a holiday and pay as little as $20 a night? The Dubbo City Council Park offers accommodation at this price for not one but two people. Currently two of the cabins are for sale by NSW Tender and are one of Dubbo's best kept holiday secrets.

The Holiday Park is run by the Dubbo Council and is close to the main street, cinemas, sporting grounds and the famous Taronga Western Plains Zoo. There is a grassy tent site for campers as well as motel style family units and 4.5 star villas.

This place is buzzing with holiday fun for the intrepid family visitor: This September see Driving Miss Daisy at the regional theatre, wander around the Saturday Food and Wine Farmers markets, the Monster Truck show on September 11 at the Dubbo Showgrounds,  and the Multicultural Festival Parade and Day in the Park on the 19th.

Later in September the Regional Theatre is hosting Peace Train: the Cat Stevens Story, a night of music and storytelling about Cat Stevens and his music.

One of the big attractions for families visiting Dubbo is the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, home to over 1500 animals on over 300 hectares. It is widely recognised as Australia's greatest open range zoo and plays an important part in breeding programs for endangered black rhinoceros, cheetah and Przewalski's horse. There is a six kilometer world safari circuit which can be taken either in your own car or by electric cart or bike, both of which can be hired at the zoo. Animals from Asia and Africa as well as our native Australian can be seen at close quarters in natural, spacious surroundings.

There are also several great wineries in the Dubbo area including Red Earth Estate, Lazy River Estate, Boora Estate Wines, and Tombstone Estate. For the naturists there is the Biodiversity Garden which is a replica of Dubbo's diverse biology before European settlement.

The City also has a wonderful array of eateries and restaurants highly suited for parents and kids alike. Choose from ribs, steak, Thai, cellar door cheese platters and fine dining.

Those looking for a cheap and fun holiday with kids – or without – have it made at the Dubbo City Council Park; you can even purchase one of the cabins if you follow the NSW Tender that applies to this sale! Dubbo is a comfortable four and a half hours from Newcastle, Canberra and Sydney, and just over 10 hours from Melbourne.

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This article was published on 2010/09/20